We sent our podcast presenter, roving reporter and resident rock fan Alex ‘Fish’ Fisher down to speak to the boys from rising UK rock band Hey Vanity about their new EP ‘Breathe, Bleed, Grow’, the pains and pleasures of starting a new band and their future plans.
Check out the interview with Will and Ash below and catch the band live at Water Rats in London on Tuesday 20th August.
You can listen to the weekly Glasswerk podcast presented by Fish HERE, bringing you the best new music from the UK scene and further afield.
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